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 John Clute and John Grant, editors and principal authors. The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (London: Orbit, 1997)

 John Grant. Albion (London: Headline, 1991)

 John Grant, editor. Aries 1 (Newton Abbot, Devon: David and Charles, 1979)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. The Book of the Magnakai (London: Red Fox, 1992)

 John Grant and Colin Wilson. The Book of Time (Newton Abbot, Devon: David and Charles/Westbridge, 1980)

 John Grant with Elizabeth Humphrey and Pamela D Scoville. The Chesley Awards for Science Fiction and Fantasy Art: A Retrospective (London: AAPPL Artists' and Photographers' Press, 2003)

 John Grant. The City in These Pages (Hornsea, East Yorkshire: PS Publishing, 2008)

 John Grant. A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir: The Definitive Reference Guide (Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Limelight, 2013)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. The Dark Door Opens (London: Beaver Books, 1989)

 John Grant. Debunk It!: How to Stay Sane in a World of Misinformation (San Francisco, California: Zest, 2015)

 John Grant and Colin Wilson, editors. The Directory of Possibilities (Exeter, Devon: Webb and Bower, 1981)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. Eclipse of the Kai (London: Beaver Books, 1989)

 John Grant and Ron Tiner. The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Techniques (London: Titan Books, 1996)

 John Grant as Paul Barnett, editor. The Fantasy Art Gallery: Conversations with 25 of the World's Top Fantasy/SF Artists conducted for The Paper Snarl, the Monthly E-Zine Associated with the Publisher Paper Tiger (London: Paper Tiger, 2002)

 John Grant. The Far-Enough Window: Or, the Reclaiming of Fairyland (Bristol, England: BeWrite Books, 2002)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. Hunting Wolf (London: Beaver Books, 1990)

 John Grant. Leaving Fortusa: A Novel in Ten Episodes (Winnetka, California: Norilana Books, 2008)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. The Rotting Land (London: Red Fox, 1994)

 John Grant. Strider's Galaxy (London: Legend, 1997) as Paul Barnett

 Joe Dever and John Grant. The Sword of the Sun (London: Beaver Books, 1989)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. The Sword of the Sun (New York: Berkley/Pacer Books, 1991)

 John Grant. Take No Prisoners: Short Fiction (Holliston, Massachusetts: Willowgate Press, 2004)

 John Grant. Tell No Lies (Cheadle, Staffordshire: Alchemy Press, 2014)

 Joe Dever and John Grant. The Tides of Treachery (New York: Berkley/Pacer Books, 1991)

 John Grant. The Truth about the Flaming Ghoulies (London: Frederick Muller, 1984)

 John Grant. The World (London: Headline, 1992)

 David Langford and John Grant. Earthdoom! (London: Grafton Books, 1987)

 David Langford and John Grant. Guts: A Comedy of Manners (Holicong, Pennsylvania: Wildside Press/Cosmos Books, 2001)

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